Social engineering, a discipline of applied social science, is ostensibly used for the good of the human society. That, with benevolent and honest rulers in charge could be reality. However, as ruthless greed rules over all moral and decency, that is just an illusion. It is an illusion like many others that keep the slave societies dragging on with ever extending abuse.
Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics, Human Chemistry, and Human Physics
“Dutch industrialist Jacques Marken (1845-1906) coined of the term "social engineering" and "social engineer" in the 1890s, a calling aimed at improving what is amiss in the social world.”
“In engineering, social engineering is the art, pure and applied, of the construction, design, and building of a given society based on established physical science principles.”
Social engineering is a branch of applied social science used for management of human beings by laws or other methods to influence public opinion and solve social problems or improve social conditions.
“Development of a New Curriculum - Social Engineering Program
The curriculum has been designed for the students to understand the basic mechanism of the society in a deeper level in order to avoid stereotyped ideas. It includes economics and sociology besides basics of national law system, public policies, planning and environmental issues, among others. … The program has been designed to last two years maximum and it includes the courses as follows:
Analysis of Social System; Applied Mathematical Methods for Social Issues; Game Theory; Public Economic System; Macro and Micro Economics; Public and Private Policies Aspects; Environmental Economics and Public Policies; Introductory City Planning; National and Regional Planning; Housing and Land Policy; Design Theory of Public System; Basic of Law System.”
“To understand how we have reached the beginnings of a trans-humanist era we must follow the roots of modern day social engineering. Such a practice has been applied for thousands of years, but it could be said that only in the last few centuries has modern man wrestled with, and understood, the finer subtleties of group manipulation on a social scale.”
This concept, related to data processing security, is heavily promoted in the search engines. Social engineering, as a discipline to manage, manipulate and change society, has a bitter after taste. Therefore, it is a hush hush topic that the criminal usury cabal would like to be wiped out from the common dictionaries.
“Social engineering is the art of manipulating people so they give up confidential information. The types of information these criminals are seeking can vary, but when individuals are targeted the criminals are usually trying to trick you into giving them your passwords or bank information, or access your computer to secretly install malicious software–that will give them access to your passwords and bank information as well as giving them control over your computer.”
America: A socially engineered society – World net daily
“Fifty years ago, the term “social engineering” referred to government policies that forced people to live as government dictated. In the United States, it was a hated term. Americans died to defeat the social engineering that Hitler imposed on the Germans, and tried to impose on the rest of the world. Communism, as practiced in the Soviet Union, was social engineering – the absolute opposite of the freedom Americans enjoyed and employed to limit the power of their government.”
“Social Engineering and Private Lives, Edited by Martina Steber and Bernhard Gotto
First comprehensive collection of recent leading work on the social history of National Socialism in Germany”
Quotes about social engineering:
“Having federal officials, whether judges, bureaucrats, or congressmen, impose a new definition of marriage on the people is an act of social engineering profoundly hostile to liberty.” Ron Paul
“Government has ceased to mean upholding and reinforcing the traditional rights and morals of the governed; it now means compulsion in the service of social engineering.” Joseph Sobran